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You can review the MBA admission requirements below.
Master of Business Administration
2014-2016 Catalog Requirements
Frostburg’s MBA at a Glance:
Who Should Apply?
Frostburg State University’s MBA program is open to all students with an undergraduate degree from an accredited university. While it is specifically designed with the working adult in mind, the program is also relevant for those choosing to immediately continue their education after receiving an undergraduate baccalaureate degree.
The program is structured to support students with or without prior academic training in business fields. Those without the academic background may be required to take up to two additional “essential” courses in addition to the 12 core MBA courses. A transcript review will determine if students will be required to take the “essential” coursework.
To be eligible for full program admission, students must have a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university and must have taken the GMAT with a minimum score of 450. GRE (Graduate Record Exam) may be substituted for the GMAT test. GRE scores will be converted to equivalent GMAT scores. Admission to the program is based on the following formula using your undergraduate grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) and your GMAT score:
(GPA x 200) + GMAT score >= 1000
(GPA on last 60 semester credits x 200) + GMAT score >= 1110
GMAT Waiver Option:
This options requires waiver to be requested in writing with an accompanied resume highlighting work experience
If a student does not meet the above criteria, provisional admission will only be considered in exceptional cases and only after all admission documents, including the GMAT or GRE test scores, are received. Students without GMAT or GRE scores cannot be considered for provisional admission. Provisionally admitted students will be required to attain a grade of B or better in the first 12 credit hours.
To find out more, contact the Office of Graduate Services: